Anyone know any italian names that start with “J”?

preferably girls names

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  • The italian alphabet has 21 letters. J and K are not part of this alphabet.

    Instead, J is replaced by G or I. Sorry

  • Italian words with the letter J aren’t really Italian because the Italian alphabet has no letter J. So there aren’t any Italian names that start with the letter J.

  • Italian doesn’t use J, names like Julietta or Julianna are indeed spelled Giulietta, Giulianna. Other names that use J in Romance languages like Spanish and French, in Italian are spelled with “Gi”:

    Giulio (Spanish “Julio”, French “Jules”)

    Gian (Juan, Jean)

    Giorgio (Jorge, Georges)

  • Julietta, Juliana,Jacinda or Jacinta, Jacqueline, Janella, Jemma it can also be spelled Gemma, J is not acommon letter in the Italian vocbulary, but rather derives from G

    Hope this helps

  • JEMMA: Variant spelling of Italian Gemma, meaning “precious stone.

    JOLANDA: Italian form of English Yolanda, meaning “violet flower.”

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    Anyone know any italian names that start with “J”?

    preferably girls names

  • the problem with that is that J is not a letter originally found in the Italian alphabet. words starting with J are inherently not Italian.

  • Julianna. Julietta

  • Janella

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